From sunset on Friday, July 5 to sunset on Sunday, July 7, the riviera from Comacchio to Cattolica will celebrate, offering its very best with more than 300 events including concerts, beach parties, entertainment for kids, wine and food, readings, shows, dj sets and much more, all pink.
The Adriatic Coast
|Taking the train from Rimini to Ravenna||Page|
|Pink Night 2011: “The Dream is Here”||Page|
|Blue Flag Recognition 2012||Page|
|Holidays in Riviera||Page|
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|Flavors of the sea among ports, people and traditions||Page|
|Adriatic Coast map||Page|
|Everyone on the beach for Riviera Beach Games||Page|
|A sea of nativity scenes||Page|
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|Easter at the sea||Page|
|Pink Night (Notte Rosa) 2013||Page|
All eyes on the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Imola, which will host the seventh race of the great SBK championship. This is a great chance to see champions such as Marco Melandri, Carlos Checa, Tom Sykes, Jonathan Rea and Sylvain Guintoli at their best. June 28- 30.
Back in Rimini is this great music party at the port with 60 DJs and 100 fishermen. Boy George and Taboo from the Black Eyed Peas are the international stars at this event. June 29.
This festival will begin in Piazza Maggiore in Bologna with a double short-film: Carmen by Cecil B. DeMille and the parody A Burlesque on Carmen by Chaplin. Music will be played by the Orchestra del Teatro Comunale. This edition will pay tribute to Burt Lancaster for the one hundredth anniversary of his birth. June 29 – July 6.
What not to miss
Palio, rides, tournaments and competitions, military camps, parades in costume and large quantities of food will invite visitors to go back in time to surprising traditions. A new way to relive ancient splendors or events that determined the course of history in many places throughout our region. Until June 22.
The concept of "popular" will be taken on with a new approach as part of the 24th edition of this event and this year's theme of "Popular Alchemies". Among the great stars of this festival are Riccardo Muti, Yo-Yo Ma, Martha Argherich, Burt Bacharach and of course a tribute to Secondo Casadei. Until July 14.
Our overview offers a few suggestions taken from the regional calendars of ongoing and new exhibitions which will guide you along various itineraries through ancient towns and cities of art, for a weekend dedicated to culture and taking it slow.
What's going on now
Markets filled with delicacies and traditional crafts held in the historic downtowns offer a great opportunity to dig through the stands and find unusual gifts with which to fill your pockets.
What to do
From June 1 to September 8, a full program of events along this new hiking trail in the Apennines: 500 kilometers crossing through two National Parks, five Regional ones and one Interregional Park, with the best the Emilia-Romagna mountains have to offer.
Spectacular, interesting and even educational. What more could the Region's Parks offer? Not much, and all they are waiting for a visit from you.